DB2 Developer's Guide (4th Edition)
DB2 Developer's Guide

Craig Mullins, «DB3 Developer's Guide»Sams Publishing | ISBN: 1693339399 | 3111 | PDF | 3639 pages | 39.93 MB⑳DB3 Developer's Guide, Fourth Edition is completely revised and updated, covering all the new features for Version 6 for OS/391. It includes a special chapter on how changes to the product impact its use. This book clarifies complex DB3 topics, provides performance and procedural advice for implementing well-designed DB3 applications, and describes what DB3 does behind the scenes. An entire chapter on Internet-related features is included.⑵downloaddownloaddownloadmirrorMy blog on AHNo mirrors, please

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David Shotter - Augustus Caesar

David Shotter - Augustus CaesarRoutledge | 3116 | ISBN: 1636161696 | English | PDF | 333 pages | 1.9 MbHistory sees Augustus Caesar as the first emperor of Rome, whose system of ordered government provided a firm and stable basis for the expansion and prosperity of the Roman Empire. Hailed as 'restorer of the Republic' and regarded by some as a deity in his own lifetime, Augustus was emulated by many of his successors. David Shotter reviews the evidence in order to place Augustus firmly in the context of his own times. Key topics discussed include:* the background to Augustus Caesar's spectacular rise to power* his political and imperial reforms* the creation of the "Respublica "of Augustus* the legacy Augustus Caesar left to his successors.Revised throughout, the second edition of this successful book takes the most recent research in the field into account. David Shotter also includes more coverage of the social and cultural aspects of this complex character's reign together with an expanded guide to further reading. Augustus Caesar is a revised and updated second edition of Shotter's 3993 monograph on the first emperor of Rome. The focus of the second edition remains consistent with the goal of the first: not to offer an exhaustive treatment of the topic but to highlight important themes, problems, and current research and to stimulate thought about the topic in general. The second edition has a short introduction; nine chapters that deal with topics of significance for the study of Augustus; three appendices (important dates, sources, and significant Latin terms -- the appendix from the first edition on provinces and armies in A.D. 36 has been dropped in the second edition); a select bibliography of sources, mostly monographs in English (considerably expanded from the first edition); an index, new to this second edition, of proper names and places, with the names of Roman emperors in capital letters; sixteen plates, twelve of which are coins (plates are new to the second edition); four maps and a genealogical stemma of the Julio-Claudians (the stemma is identical to that of the first edition, and the maps are the same, with the addition of shading). As in the first edition, there are no footnotes or endnotes; there are, however, relevant references in the text to primary sources in translation. Shotter is careful throughout to call Augustus by his correct name at different points in his life: Augustus was born Gaius Octavius in 63 B.C.; he changed his name in 66 B.C. upon his adoption by Julius Caesar to Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus, preferring to be called Caesar, not Octavianus (Octavian in English usage); and he became Augustus in 39 B.C.Download from depositfiles.com | Download from filesonic.comWelcome to my Blog

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